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. here's a look at the area that will be sprayed near el camino. maryann favre is there. good evening, maryann? >> good evening. the fogging is set to begin around 11:00 tonight here in sunnyvale and it should last about three hours. some people here are questioning whether it's really necessary, especially since there have been no human cases of west nile virus in santa clara county this career. but control officials say it is necessary and it's exactly what protects us from west nile virus. amy sanchez loves ginger and her two other chickens. they keep the bugs out of her garden and breakfast on the table but she's worried that pesticide sprague scheduled for tonight in her neighborhood may harm her pets. >> we'll be sleeping with chee chickens in the living room. >> reporter: starting at 11:00 tonight, a fogging truck will canvas amy's neighborhood and much of the zip code of sunnyvale. the goal, stopping the spread of west nile virus which has been detected in dead birds found in sunnyvale. >> we were watching sunnyvale because 4 of 10 birds we found so far this year, were cluster
the bay area job where that's just one of the benefits. >>> i'm maryann favreau at stanford where doctors have developed a new way to dramatically decrease the size of your scar after your surgery. that story coming up. >>> and then no boarding pass, no ticket. apparently, no problem. up next, how one man scammed his way on to a flight, not once, but twice. so who's exact hi at fault? and what does it say about the state of airport security. bay area 5 starts right now. >>> good evening and thanks for joining us. >>> sign, sealed and delivered. surprising news out of sacramento tonight. california actually has a budget before the drop-dead date. governor jerry brown signing the deal this afternoon. the $86 billion budget relies on economic improvement rather than tax extensions. while many are relieved the budget is done not everyone is happy with what's in it. state universities took a big hit, $1.3 billion cut. public school also have less and will have to make do with less, $3 billion in payments are delayed and 70 state parks will be closed. >> this must budget will affect almost all
reporter, maryann favreau gives us an exclusive look at the services available. >> here as ucsf if you have a none life-threatening minor medical emergency you can check into the emergency department online and wait at home. instead of being in an emergency department waiting room filled with sick people. all it takes is a few key board strokes. explain your problem, pay $4.99 and pick an available time slot. >> they can sign in and be able to be grocery shopping or sitting in their office or sitting at home and come to the emergency department two or three hours later and be seen within 15 minutes. >> reporter: compare that to the two to three hours most patients log in the e.r. waiting room. something patricia russian would be glad to avoid. >> people are sick when you go to the e.r. and you're waiting and kids are coughing on you and stuff. it's like -- there's more germs it seems like when you're waiting. it's just stressful. >> reporter: the new service is available to both adult and pediatric patients who are not facing major health issues. >> this is for minor things so you're sprain
us more about the eric cavalli tournament. ma maryann? >> i'm at the sports park in the east bay where the tournament will be played. 70 soccer teams are participating and the fees that the teams play or rather, pay to participate in this tournament is all going to go to eric cavalli to help with his mounting medical bills eric cavalli has played soccer since he was 4. he played ever since until a snowboarding accident in february. he was at north star in tahoe when he decided to try a zblump i decide, i guess i'll do it. it was a 40 foot jump and when i went off i lost control in the air and landed really hard on my left side. since it was icy there was no cushion. >> the 19 year old was airlifted to a nearby hospital. he tore a hole in ace aorta. his lungs collapsed and he suffered kidney and liver failure. his mother remembers the terrifying call she got before her son went to emergency surgery. >> right before surgery -- sorry -- they had him call to say good-bye. >> he survived the operation. his legs are now paralyzed. but his spirit is not. >> it really hadn't limited my l
reporter maryann favreau. this new research is intended to help but not confuse but a lot of women are confuse, what do you have? >> yes and that's understandable. >> reporter: here's what women need to remember. mammograms are not one-size-fits-all. the bottom line is you have to talk to your doctor about your personal risk factors. and go from there. dr. susan cutner is the chair of the breast care task force and says the scientific evidence does not support annual mammograms for most women. >> from the general population, especially as women get older, every two years is probably adequate. and that's because of the nature of the growth patterns of breast cancer, very slow. >> but the doctor recommended women with a family history of breast cancer get a mammogram every year because of their elevated risk. as for when to get a mammogram? the doctor says it's a good idea for women to get one at age 40 to use as a baseline and help doctors determine if you have dense breasts. that's something that may make it harder to see cancerous tumors in a mammogram. then you and your doctor ca
with the local nbc station reporter, maryann ahern, she touched on what's considered the third rails of interviews with public officials, politician kids. the question? public or private school. here's what happened. >> my children are not an instrument of me being mayor. my children are my children. and that may be news for you, and that may be new for you, maryann. but i want you to understand, no, no, no, you have to understand this. i'm making this decision as a father. >> reporter: i have so many more questions for you. >> and i look forward to a future interview. >> please? >> i'm done. especially after that. >> my favorite part was the "please?" emanuel walking out of that interview ten minutes early. he's not the only person subjected to questions about his kids' schooling. here's one of the classics. >> you don't send your children to public schools, you send them to private schools. so i was wondering why you think it's fair to be cutting school funding to public schools. >> what's her name? >> what's her name guys, as the governor's talking. >> what is it? >> gail. >> firs
crisis. >> reporter: thousands are fleeing in search of food and water. >> maryann abdullah abandoned somalia with her six children, their cattle died, they had no food. a grueling 7 day trek brought them to this refugee camp in kenya. the u.n. estimates a thousand somalis arrive here every day. >> we have poorest of the poor, the most vulnerable of the vulnerable in the world. >> reporter: like other aid organizations the world food program has suffered cutbacks in government and private contributions. it needs 200 million dollars just to meet this year's needs. >> when people go hungry they've got three options. they can migrate, they can revolt or they can die. >> reporter: in the horn of africa they are doing all three. tony guida, cbs news, new york. with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a non-narcotic treatment that's fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or
. by the end of the weekend, it will be gone. >> that is good. >> mild-mannered maryann, able to leap tall buildings. >> think back to the blizzards.
marrying man, woman maryann woman, we are against that. >> new york is the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. >> the debate continues in washington as the nation closes in on a deadline to raise the debt ceiling the issues remain the same republicans pushing for a big cut spendingspending cuts. >> a short-term extension of the debt ceiling is going to jeopardize our economy and a time when the global economy is so weak when we are facing a downgrade of america's credit rating speaker bade is ignoring that warning. >> we have a budget deficit of one and a half trillion dollars, we are borrowing 42¢ on every dollar we spend and it is time to get serious about stopping the spending in washington. >> is the nation's debt ceiling is not increased by august 2nd some worry it could mean the country would default on foreign debt and higher interest rates. >> british police say that an autopsy will not be scheduled before tomorrow morning to determine what killed singer amy winehouse, fans placed flowers outside her home in camden square london today. the 27 year-old singer was found
asked the new mayor where his kids will go to school. listen to what happened next. >> oh, maryann, let me break the news to you. my children are not in a public position. the mayor is. i look forward to our future interviews. i'm done. >> so i used to work at that station. maryann is conducting that interview. we'll see what happened. should elected officials be expected to send their kids to public schools? dana, you first. >> no, i think that he can send his kids whenever he wants to send them, but it's important to realize this is repudiation of his own policies. as someone in the obama administration, i set forward policies that would deny vouchers to make schools competitive and they're in the pocket of the nea and we see how that works out with the atlanta public schools. it's a huge repudiation of his own policy. >> you're done. robert. >> well, don, that was a lot of misinformed partisan talking pointing in 20 seconds. very simply i expect public officials to be good parents, first. that's the bottom line. i give rahm emanuel for giving a lot of credit that his children's educa
on such a beautiful day. just a brief thing before i read from this -- this is a letter that maryann wrote to her parents on board this ship, a brief crater taking her from new york to pakistan, and from there she moved to lahor. this was the first of the letters i found at the new york public library, which was my introduction to margaret markus. may 1962, the torch. this was posted from egypt. after all our good-byes after you, mother, betty, and walter walked down the gangplank and drove off, i was overcome with dread. i stood at the deck rail for a long time stricken. the excitement. weeks leading to departure gone. when it pulled up, the lights of the city dimmed, it was a black ocean swallowing everything i had ever known. it took some time and many prayers before my fear began to subside. she goes on to tell her parents about the various odd characters on board, and, you know, there's a captain and his greek crew who are very suspicious of her -- this journey that she was making to pakistan. mother, you imagined i was going to need my nice silk dress for dining and dancing on board. i was
. an artificial heart that can help them survive. maryann farvro tells us about babies benefiting in palo alto. >> reporter: lucille packer chrn's shopt one of the first in the nation to save baby's lives by using a tiny artificial official heart. when audrey was born, her weak heart couldn't pump enough blood through her body. doctors say she need as heart transplant because she's an infant, she may need to wait three to six months for a donor heart. so last month, doctors at lucille hacker children's hospital implanted an artificial berlin heart in her tiny body. >> what happens is it drains the blood into a little pumping chamber and then it's pressurized with an air compressor and drives the blood back into the body. and that's the job that the heart would ordinarily be doing. >> reporter: audrey's parents say because their daughter is no longer hooked up to a blood pumping machine, she's alert and they can hold her and play with her. the artificial heart is also helping audrey get stronger, be inning her chances of a successful transplant when she does find a donor. now ha thanks in part
on a hike during a holiday in spain. maryann gossens was found in a ravine. she had fallen in a hole while hiking in the mountains. she was able to move and get water from a nearby spring. hikers found her near the river. they did not have the equipment to rescue her so left her food until they could call for a helicopter to come help. doctors say she is weak and dehydrated but is okay after all of those days alone. >>> president obama has conducted town hall meetings through facebook, through youtube and new through twitter. twitter's jack dorsey moderated the session. thousands of questions poured in coming in 140 characters or less, of course. here is jake tapper with more on the president president's eo beyond mainstream media to reach the public. >> it was twin citieser's first presidential town hall meeting. >> i will make history as the first president to live tweet. >> president obama is not particularly known for breivity so posed something fo of a challenge. >> it is only 140 characters. >> he opted to speak instead of type with the white house aide paraphrasing his answers. of t
for you, and that may be new for you, maryann, but i want you to understand -- no, no, no you have to understand this. i'm making this decision as a fer this. father. and i look forward to a future interview. >> please -- >> i'm done. especially after yesterday. >> you don't send your children to public schools b tow private schools so i am wondering why you think it is fair to be cutting the school funding to public schools? >> what is her name? what is her name, guys, that the governor is talking? >> gail. >> gail, you know what, first off, it is none of your business. i don't ask you where you send your kids to school, don't bother me about where i send mine. >> i want to know if you think that malia and sasha would get the same rigorous education in a d.c. public school as due to the elite private academy they are attending now? >> well, thanks for the question, kelly. and i will be blunt with you. the answer is no right now. the d.c. public school systems are struggling. >> well, public officials choosing private schools, is it our business? lynn sweet is the washington bureau
. in new york, maryanne rafferty, fox news. >>> another high profile ceo announced his resignation. he headed up news international which included news of the world at the time the hacking took place. he said he was ignorant of apparent what happened but he feels it is proper for him to resign. >> up next they are a popular way to see the sites and steer clear of gridlock. >> some changes could be in store for the pedicabs doing business in the district. sealy you after the break, it's 6:39. [ man ] did we get anything good? sweetie i think you need a little extra fiber in your diet. fiber makes me sad. oh common. i dare you to taste one hint of fiber in fiber one. oh, i'd be able to tell. why don't i just eat this bag? and how can you talk to me about fiber when you are eating a candybar. you enjoy that. i am. [ male announcer ] fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. >> making headlines, the end of an era is fast approaching. space shuttle atlantis is expected to leave the space station and head back home to the earth tomorrow morning. astronauts hav
's your favori year, maryann. >> i guess i don't really have one. >> oh. >> not yet. >> mm-mm. >> we had a great little fling, you know. why push i is that okay? >> yes, sure, okay. you're right. >> so we're still friends. >> mm-mm, sure. >> all right. >> it's the king and the king knows what to do and does it. even when it's odd and daddy will do whatever he has to. it's simple.ñr >>çó hello hi, darling. no, no, i'm not busy. no, far away. right. yes. i'm not quite sure it's going to be possible to get the pope on the phone tonight. yes.ñr yes, i'm sure. he's veryñr good another exorci. >> i've always been open to what you want. >> it's not that, you're the best partner a man's ever d. >> i'mjust not enough, is that it? >> you hadn affair for four years with that shrink that ruined our marriagend i can get the kids. i talk to eddy goodman that works on these cases all the time. i have an open and shut case. get in the car. >> sue me? you ly wanted joint custody because you pay less child support that way. >> not while there is a single british soldier remaining in america that cann
around each other and hugged and cried and kissed, and you know, that was a fantastic moment. >> maryann bremnes thank you for sharing your story about your daughter julie and i'm so sorry for all the other families whose endings are not the same as yours in norway. >> straight ahead, the hotel house keeper who claims former imf chief dominique straus-kahn taking -- >>> and is al qaeda on the brink of collapse? back after this. ♪ ♪ my only sunshine ♪ you makes me happy ♪ when skies are grey ♪ you'll never know, dear ♪ how much i love you ♪ please don't take my sunshine away ♪ [ male announcer ] as long as there are babies, they'll be chevy's to bring them home. ♪ they'll be chevy's to bring them home. when an investment lacks discipline, it's never this obvious. introducing investment discipline etfs from russell. visit r a prospectus, containing the investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses and other information. read and consider it carefully before investing. [ tires squeal ] an accident doesn't have to slow you down. with better car replacement
$10 million in an ad regarding the debt limit vote. maryann, chicago, independent. caller: raising the debt ceiling is to pay off money that we already know. if we do not pay it, we are going to default. it is just like going into bankruptcy. we will not be able to carry on businesses with other countries. host: what do you see happening to the career of a member of congress depending on how he or she votes? caller: republicans are not -- locked in with the tea party. their careers will probably be affected. they locked their own selves into it, so i do not know what could happen. host: here is the illinois senator dick durbin on all of this on "meet the press" on sunday. >> keep in mind, it was the economic policy of the bush administration that led us into a situation where we were to double the national debt under president george bush. now those same policies, giving tax breaks to the wealthy americans -- those people who minimize the impact of a default on the debt ceiling and on america's debt and the full faith in credit had said things that are outrageous. things that presi
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